Past Winners in the Non-Profit Category

Any communications-based projects where a not-for-profit and/or charity is the client. Some examples might be a print-based membership drive for a museum or Association; a non-profit organization’s new brand identity; a website to support an organization’s fundraising.

 

 

  • To take its message of fighting hunger to the streets and influence the passing of legislation to protect children from poverty, the Daily Bread Food Bank needed a full communications strategy and advocacy campaign that would create curiosity and eng...
  • 2012 RGD SoGood Winner
    Branksome Hall is a Toronto independent girls’ school founded in 1903. In 2012, the school launched a capital campaign to build a new Athletics and Wellness Centre to support its students’ athletic goals and encourage healthy living, while also stren...
  • 2012 RGD SoGood Winner
    It is only through equality, love and respect that the world can unite in harmony, as an organic whole. We must take action to combat the social travesties that continue to take place across the world. By eliminating injustices such as war, racism an...
  • 2012 RGD SoGood Winner
    Every 45 seconds a child in Africa dies of malaria. This entirely preventable disease kills upwards of one million people each year and affects nearly half of our world’s population. The Mosquitoes Suck Tour pairs hard-hitting statistics with enterta...
  • 2012 RGD SoGood Winner
    The non-profit marketplace has experienced an aggressive battle for attention: causes don’t just put out campaigns anymore, they now own calendar months. SickKids wanted to own one in the GTA for children’s health. 
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